A day ahead of the release of his new 24-track album, ‘So Icy Summer,’ rapper Gucci Mane seems to have warmed up to label execs at Atlantic Records after recently branding them ‘crackers’ and ‘polite racists’ (as we first reported here).
With contributions from the likes of Moneybagg Yo, Young Thug, 21 Savage, Future, Lil Baby, and more, Gucci is ready to go to chart battle with his new album (due July 3).
Not only did he unveil its fitting military-inspired cover art recently, he also took to Instagram to share its official track list.
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The war with Billboard chart competition isn’t the only one the 40-year-old is addressing. Not even a month after taking to Twitter to slam his longtime label home, Atlantic Records, for practices he deemed racist, he took to the same platform to issue an apology on Wednesday (July 1).